A tarn with no name

Posted by @ 6:35 pm on Thursday 9th July, 2009.
Categories: Wildcamping

That's where I'll be on Friday night, trying out the Argos Pro Action Hike Lite 1 Person Tent somewhere around the Coniston Fells, and following John Hee's "overnighting off the beaten track" ethos. Suffice to say that said tarn is in a place with a name that's bound to attract blog-hits from all sorts of dodgy characters 😯 .

As to where I'll be pitching on Saturday night, your guess is as good as mine. I'll just make it up as I go along, I reckon. There'll be no great mileage involved, as I'm not fully match-fit after the bad-back layup, but I'd much rather be knackered than stir-crazy.

So behave while I'm away, and don't forget to feed the cat...
















to the dog.


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3 Responses to “A tarn with no name”

  1. BG! says:

    If only that was true, I could make do without the kip-mat :mrgreen:

  2. john hee says:

    @BG! -

    Oh very good

    Lets try Kelly Hall Tarn then

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